December 21, 2023 – Thursday @ 5:00pm – Winter Solstice
The Christmas Season can be a very difficult time for those who have experienced a kind of loss in their life: the loss of a loved one over this past year; the loss of a significant relationship; the loss of health or mobility; the loss of a job/career; or simply the loss of a way of life perhaps to the grips of addiction, depression, anxiety or suicide.
The Blue Christmas Holy Eucharist & Healing Service is a time to remember those we have lost, a time to reflect upon the changes and challenges that have impacted our lives, and a time to share with one another our hope and assurance of Christ’s presence in our darkest hours.
All are welcome!
Light Dinner Immediately Following
The gentlemen of St. Philip’s will be hosting a light dinner immediately following the service in the Parish Hall.
Need a Ride?
Let us know if you would like a ride to the service and home again. We can assist in making travel arrangements for your safe arrival and return.
Let Us Know if You Will Join Us!
Please RSVP by December 19th to Rev. Elizabeth Phillips at [email protected]. Please indicate if you will be joining us for dinner and if you would like transportation.
Valet Parking Available
Valet parking will be available. You will have the option to drop your car off at the front of the church and allow one of our trusty parishioners to park your car for you and assist you into the building. Someone will be present to manage the traffic on Quantico Road for your safety.
St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Quantico will be joined by St. Peter’s Episcopal Church and St. Alban’s Episcopal Church of Salisbury, St. Mary’s Episcopal Church of Tyaskin and All Hallows Episcopal Church of Snow Hill to celebrate the gift of hope and Christ’s loving presence with us on this winter solstice, the longest night of the year.
6457 Quantico Road
Quantico, MD 21856
PO Box 92
Quantico, MD 21856